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  • NickLee808

    NickLee808

    March 10, 2015, 3:21 pm

    I have made arguments of my own. That's what this whole fucking post was about. Read my comments.

    Oh wait, you don't read. You ignore other people's arguments and blabber on with your own. I've made my arguments. Both on my behalf AND on my ex-professor's. Why? Because I know how to debate on a respectable level. All you've succeeded in doing is make insults on an uncreative level on par with an immature child.

    Shut the fuck up. Get the fuck out. Grow up. I'm sick of getting notifications from your dumb ass.

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  • thebattleahead

    thebattleahead

    March 10, 2015, 1:14 pm

    look, just download some ebooks off of a torrent site, like thepiratebay.org. ebooks that teach you to program in C, C++, Java, or whatever you said you specialized in. if you know C & C++, you can usually get a job anywhere, as most languages have something in common with C & C++.

    there are probably tutorials or ebooks you can find that deal with networks also. i know there are tons of books at the library. if you only have a short amount of time until your first day, just study daily & tell your boss that you specialized in a language that they don't use. that should buy you some time to come up to speed.

    above all else, keep repeating that you are a quick learner.

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  • snuxoll

    snuxoll

    March 10, 2015, 2:21 pm

    The fear of the unknown would certainly be considered rational, but there are some people who take the fear of death to the extreme, myself included. Some nights I'll find myself trying to sleep, only to be struck cold by the thought of death, this can cause anything from making it difficult to sleep to a multi-month depression.

    On the flip side of the coin, my absolute terror of death makes me live every moment to its best, if death is the end then I want to leave my mark and enjoy the time I'm alive.

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  • rek

    rek

    March 10, 2015, 11:34 am

    When have the boomers *not* been all for stealing future generations money? The problem is that their theory of "we can rob our kids because they will just rob their kids" is wrong. They've already robbed my great grandchildren and I don't even have kids yet. Our nation's credit cards are going to max out soon, and guess who's going to be left holding the bag?

    The boomers are the generation of Ponzi schemes. They are all about pulling demand forward by taking on more debt. They "save" money by spending it all, twice, and then saying the future owes it to them because they "saved" it. Honestly, my parents generation is an absolute disgrace to their parents generation (who actually knew how to work for things). They wont even live long enough to see how bad they screwed us. Sure it started last year and it'll continue next year but their schemes are going to keep our country down for decades, if not destroy it.

    I know this will be a radical idea for the boomers to understand, but how about if we want national health care: we actually work out a budget where we can afford to pay for it! Enough with the wild schemes. Enough refinancing your house to pull all the equity out. Enough mortgaging the future of your children. Enough cash-for-clunkers. Enough financing everything by borrowing from Asia. Enough inflation. How about we stop all the crazy schemes which never work and simply pay for the things we want. If we can't figure out a way to pay for it then obviously we don't want it bad enough. Enough with the boomers and their wanting everything for free. Everything is paid for eventually and it's too bad they wont be around to be the ones paying for it all.

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  • Kavok

    Kavok

    March 10, 2015, 8:10 pm

    >And he was annoyed because of why?

    Because UPS pulled advertisement for ALL of Fox, not just Beck. Did you even READ what I replied with?

    >But **UPS is boycotting the entire channel which annoyed me** enough to ...

    Clearly he is a fox supporter - nothing wrong with that, everyone is entitled to have an opinion. He owns a business which contributes financially to UPS. They have acted contrary to his interests and he has evaluated if he should drop them as a business partner. None of this has anything to do with racism. You're just looking for problems where it doesn't exist and making a big deal out of nothing.

    Please link me to the article that has Brad Wardell promoting racism.

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  • Quingyar

    Quingyar

    March 11, 2015, 1:58 am

    Dated a girl that rescued squirrels once. They can be very very fun, cute, and gorram vicious when pissed off.

    Just feel like I need to point this out before too many people befriend a squirrel, besides all the diseases they can carry, they have many many sharp pointy parts.

    I went over to comfort her one day (she had just been in a accident that morning ) and bless this squirrels heart, she knew that something was wrong, and blamed me for it. No words can describe the ferocity (or the leaping ability) of protective pissed-off squirrel.

    Now feel free to go exercise your free will, you'll probably be fine, but if things go south don't say uncle Quin didn't warn ya!

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  • dnew

    dnew

    March 10, 2015, 10:39 am

    > If there is any possible world where logic doesn't apply then it applies in no possible world - including this one.

    That's not necessarily true, but that isn't really relevant.

    He also didn't think he was disregarding modus ponens. He just failed to see it. I'd say "So, you agree if A then B?" "Yes." "Always, any time A happens, B is bound to happen?" "Of course." "And you believe A." "Yep." "No question, A is true?" "Sure." "And you agree that A implies B?" "No question." "Then you believe B?" "What? No! Why in the world would you think that?"

    It was ... enlightening.

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  • SeaEych

    SeaEych

    March 10, 2015, 3:15 pm

    I've never (3 cycles) voted party line in any election. I'm registered Democrat but consider myself an independent because I vary on many issues. I guess I'm a socialist or Nazi (according to Fox News,) but just voting on the issues is a great way to go. Personally I don't like Nader but in the Bush v. Kerry election I voted 3rd party.

    I think we are seeing the republicans split between small government, financial sound, aka "traditional conservative republicans," and the hard right religious republicans. You'll see it the next election, if Palin (please no) wins the primaries a huge chunk of republicans will stay home on election day and it'll be the largest margin of victory in a long time - might not top '84. And eventually the same will happen with the Democrats. It'll be the middle road democrats, Barry O-bam-bam, Clintons, et al. and the more socialist (D)s like Sanders on the other side. But it's going to take major failures on both sides...even beyond the failures we are seeing today, which, I know, is hard to imagine.

    Anyway, it's a pipe dream perhaps but it could happen...But I'll continue to vote issues over parenthesis...and kudos to you for doing the same.

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  • umbama

    umbama

    March 10, 2015, 6:36 pm

    A 'public option' isn't the be all and end all of this; what you need in the States is affordable universal coverage that substantially reduces healthcare costs and which provides a decent level of service.

    The Netherlands has this without a 'public option'. You know the Netherlands - one of those great progressive European countries the Left in the States likes to witter on about? And it would be a good model in the States because it allows optional purchase of more luxurious insurance packages if an individual can afford to and wishes to spend more money.

    It seems to me that the left on Reddit is stuck in the wrong fight.

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  • igbayotumscray

    igbayotumscray

    March 11, 2015, 8:07 am

    Weather is classified as IFR weather which is clouds of a broken or overcast layer at 1000 ft or less and visibility of 3 miles or less or VFR, which is basically everything else up to a clear sunny day with endless visibility.

    In order to close an airport like LAX weather minimums would have to be REALLY REALLY low. Not every airport has what they call a CAT3 approach, which is like an auto-land. The weather minimums for LAX before commercial pilots will no longer even attempt to shoot the standard approach is about 1800 ft RVR (Runway Visual Range). RVR is the distance you can see down the runway from touchdown point. Most pilots won't even consider it unless it's at least 2400 ft.

    There is what is called a CAT 3 approach where the plane pretty much auto-lands. Only pilots who keep current and are properly trained can shoot those approaches. Cat 3 approaches allow the pilots instead of needing 1600ft RVR to need only 700ft RVR.

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  • faerielfire

    faerielfire

    March 11, 2015, 4:35 am

    I think it might actually enlighten the situation, especially since Israel tries to portray all of its actions as provoked when it has done nothing but intentionally provoke the situation all along in addition to denying human rights to Palestinians.

    Moshe Dayan, "If they [the Syrians whose land was being eyed] didn't shoot, we would tell the tractor to advance further, until in the end the Syrians would get annoyed and shoot. And then we would use artillery and later the air force also, and that's how it was..."

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